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Videoconferencing Platform Aims to Deliver Face-to-Face Experience
ClassInteract, a videoconferencing platform, is designed to provide distance learning students with a live classroom experience. The solution supports face-to-face video chat with up to 25 students and "thousands more as viewing participants," according to a statement released today by the company.
Delivered through a software-as-a-service model, ClassInteract comes with a number of features, including LMS integration, polling, chat, file sharing, and analytics. Users can also break off from the main conversation into smaller subgroups for private video chats. Instructors can store and share learning materials and record and archive sessions for on-demand viewing.
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